With several branches in Singapore, Chindamani Indian Restaurant is a convenient spot for me to satisfy my prata craving given that it has an outlet at Serangoon North Avenue 2. Located at the corner stall of a coffee shop, long queues is often spotted at the popular stall where most people are really here for its Roti Prata. You can only do takeaways during this circuit breaker period but in normal times, the coffee shop is very packed and finding a table can be challenging.
I have been here a couple of times and tried both the egg and plain (‘kosong’) ones, and the kosong prata remains to be my favourite. Priced at $1.20 for the kosong prata, every piece is prepared freshly and the best part for me is the crispy texture. I put the pratas to test by doing a takeaway recently, and the prata still remained relatively crispy even after the journey back home.
The curry is also noteworthy, as the fish curry is luscious and delicious to go with the prata.
You can also find other branches of Chindamani in Hougang (Blk 121 and Blk 682), Tampines (Blk 201C and 829), Bishan (Blk 284) and Ang Mo Kio (Blk 443). With so many branches, it is definitely a rare gem that they have been able to maintain consistency across. Go to their Facebook page for more on the exact address.
The queue tends to be long, and nope, no island-wide delivery service during this circuit breaker.
Will I Return Again?
Yes, to crispy and shiok kosong prata.
Taste bud: 4/5
Hole in the pocket: 1/5
Overall Experience: 4/5
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